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Thread: My Sewing Room

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    Great space!

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    Enjoy your lovely space..You have certainly made the most of what you have.

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    Great room and you seem to have everything else you need. Love your "sewing room" sign.
    Enjoy, Kutnso

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    Great sewing room.

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    Very nice, I wish mine looked as good as yours!! :thumbup:

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    Ask your DH what difference does it make how large his sleeping room is. As long as all the bedroom items fit, it doesn't matter. The majority of the time he spends in it his eyes are closed!

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    Oh so clean and pretty! Now get busy and mess it up :-D

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    Love it!

    robin

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    Judy, thank you for sharing. How big is your room?

    You have done such a wonderful job of utilizing your space well. Makes me want to study your photos.

    We too have a huge bedroom. My DH offered for us to switch out to one of the other bedrooms and turn ours into the sewing studio. I was the one to say... uh, thank you but no thank you. He's a real sweetheart. Guess I would feel too guilty. :-D

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    We could always use more room, could"t we? But your rom is very nice.

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    nice!!! I love your embroidery machine too! Lucky gal for your sewing room.

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    (sigh) You've made the most of your space...congrats!!! I am still in the act of organizing whenever 'Life" doesn't interfere... :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: Naomi

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    Quote Originally Posted by TammyB
    Judy, even though you think your room is small, you have it wonderfully organized. Love the new FW. Can you tell me where to get the small folding ironing table I see there?
    The small table came from Sam's Wholesale Club, and I purchased the June Taylor ironing pad at Joann's with one of their coupons. It is very hady and easy to use where I have it sitting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sewfine
    Awesome. Love your sewing room and the machines. I see you are like me. making use of all your small space. I use "Best Press" also. The "Sew-aholic" picture; is that Maxine the cartoon lady by Robert Kaufman. The birdhouse curtains look fabulous.
    I'm not sure who the lady is suppose to be in the picture, there's no signature on it. My daughter gave me that about 20 years ago when we were planning her wedding. She had 6 bridesmaids and a flower girl, and I made all their dresses. I am still thankful today I had only one daughter.

    Thank you everyone for your nice comments. I spent a solid week refolding all my stash to get it organized. I just kept buying fabric as I had no clue as to what I had before I got all this done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baloonatic
    Ask your DH what difference does it make how large his sleeping room is. As long as all the bedroom items fit, it doesn't matter. The majority of the time he spends in it his eyes are closed!
    That's a very good point. I might bring that up soon. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by SewExtreme
    Judy, thank you for sharing. How big is your room?

    You have done such a wonderful job of utilizing your space well. Makes me want to study your photos.

    We too have a huge bedroom. My DH offered for us to switch out to one of the other bedrooms and turn ours into the sewing studio. I was the one to say... uh, thank you but no thank you. He's a real sweetheart. Guess I would feel too guilty. :-D
    The room is 10x13, including the closet that goes about 3/4 across one wall. That leaves about a 3 ft alcove at the end.

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    Sweet, sweet, sweet!

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    What a wonderful room you have.

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    Love your sewing room! Love the white cabinets, machines, storage - heck - LOVE IT ALL!

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    Is your name Barbie? You know she has EVERYTHING. It seems you have it all, as well as a pretty place to put it all. I'm green with envy!

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    Wonderful. Wish it was my room!

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    WOW THAT IS AWESOME!!!!

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    I want your embroidery amchine...it is next on mylist of toys!

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    Great use of the space...so well organized. Love it ! :)

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    Great sewing room!

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